Two weeks ago, outgoing Secretary of State Clinton stated "What does it matter" as to the question of the murder of four American citizens on "American soil." It matters, when the American public is deceived for political aim. Regardless of who does it. This can mean weapons of mass destruction, "fast and furious," manipulating the stock market by buying $50 billion in bonds a month, etc. If the mainstream media does not report with accuracy then it becomes complicit in the deception.
It's been said "it is easier to sell cotton candy than broccoli" and this may be true. However, we, the American public, become complacent if we do not demand clear, truthful answers as opposed to agreeing with those things that make us feel good or are of our political persuasion -- then we should be found complicit in the deception as well.